How Impotence May Reveal More Serious Health Concerns
The ability for a guy to ‘raise his main sail’ so to speak is a natural body function that is quite complex from a physiological perspective. Achieving and maintaining an erection relies on a myriad of systemic processes, including the brain, the circulatory and neural systems, and many others including the skin and muscle tissue.
This is what makes erectile dysfunction (ED) a useful indicator for any underlying health concerns that may cause more harm than you may think.
Most guys simply blame their age, the six-pack of beer they just drank, or stress levels for their ED symptoms…resorting to pharmaceutical drugs that may be potentially dangerous.
The drug may help initially but that’s like sweeping the dirt under the rug. You cannot ignore the reasons why you struggling to ‘get it up’. Sooner or later, it will catch up with you…if the ED drug doesn’t get you first!
The cause of ED can be anyone of the following (although there may be many more):
- Circulatory problems (for example, arterial plaque build-up)
- Neurological disorders (Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, and MS)
- Prostate problems (for example, prostate enlargement)
These are just some of the possible reasons why you should look at addressing the root cause of your ED…not just the ED itself. A natural approach is always recommended, especially with nutritional supplements such as our Total Balance, Omega 3 / DHA Fish Oil, and Neuro-Natural range of products. They contain bio-active ingredients which may help your body and associated problems mentioned above.
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